Tench Coxe

Tench Coxe (May 22, 1755July 17, 1824) was an American political economist and a delegate for Pennsylvania to the Continental Congress in 1788–1789. He wrote under the pseudonym "A Pennsylvanian," and was known to his political enemies as "Mr. Facing Bothways." Provided by Wikipedia

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1791
Printed by Carey, Stewart, and Co

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1789
Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1795
Philadelphia; printed 1794: London, re-printed for J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1792
Philadelphia printed: London reprinted, and sold by J. Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street; and sold also by J. Rackham, Bury

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1787
Printed and sold by Robert Aitken, at Pope's Head, in Market Street

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1792
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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1795
printed for P. Wogan, P. Byrne, J. Chambers, J. Milliken, J. Halpen, W. Jones, and G. Follingsby

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1791
Printed by Carey, Stewart, and Co

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1787
Printed by R. Aitken & Son, at Pope's Head in Market Street

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1808
Oliver and Munroe

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1791
Printed by John Fenno
Other Authors: '; ...Coxe, Tench...

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1800
Printed by William and Robert Dickson
Other Authors: '; ...Coxe, Tench...

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1788
Gedruckt bey Melchior Steiner, in der Rees-Strasse, zwischen der Zweyten aund Dritten-Stasse

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1800

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1792
From the press of Mathew Carey

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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1807
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by Coxe, Tench
Published 1808
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